Nielsen Shares Thoughts on What Comes After the 2020 U.S. Census at Reuters Newsmaker Event

Nielsen’s Christine Pierce, SVP Data Science, was on stage in New York City at a Reuters Newsmaker event to talk about the importance of accuracy and integrity for the upcoming U.S. Census in 2020. Nielsen believes the inclusion of a citizenship question could lead to inaccuracies in the underlying data—inaccuracies that could have a significant impact on businesses who rely on the data to make material decisions each day.

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Nielsen’s ESG Journey Supports Sustainable and Inclusive Communities

8 billion: That’s the projected global population by 2030. How does this growing global society sustain itself? As basic as the question is, it covers wide-sweeping facets that affect daily life everywhere—the availability of food, clean water, safe shelter, access to natural resources—needs that vary wildly around the globe, complicating the world’s challenges exponentially as our population continues to grow.

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Nielsen Event Highlights Impact of Double-Edged Demand in South Africa

The South African consumer landscape is fragmented and polarised, characterised by the double-edged demand of the South African consumer: Some feel more prosperous, while others are among the most financially stretched in the world. Some crave new, premium and convenience products, while others seek value for their money, quality private-label goods and prefer to stick to their firm favorites.

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Sustainable Business Strategies: A Conversation on Social Responsibility at the Better Business Bureau Forum

Leading experts in the sustainability area, including Julia Wilson, Vice President of Global Responsibility & Sustainability, Nielsen, recently gathered in New York City for the BBB Forum on Corporate Responsibility to discuss today’s sustainably minded consumers and what qualities they look for when making their shopping decisions.

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Asian American Women Leaders Hold the Power to Break Down Stereotypes, Finds Nielsen and AABDC Study

Through Nielsen Cares and our Data for Good pro bono program, Nielsen collaborated with AABDC in spring 2019 on a qualitative study of Asian American women in leadership roles. We analyzed findings from guided interviews for trends, and Mariko Carpenter, VP, Strategic Community Alliances, and Idil Cakim, VP, Media Analytics, presented the findings at the AABDC’s Asian American Women Leadership Conference in New York at the Bank of America Tower on May 10.

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